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Laclede County is a county located in south central Missouri in the United States. Its county seat is Lebanon. The county was organized February 24, 1849, and was named after Pierre Laclède, founder of St. Louis.
Cemeteries of Laclede County, Missouri are located across the county. Listed here are cemetery records that have been published online.
The City of Lebanon is the largest municipality within Laclede County; other incorporated areas are: The City of Conway, The Village of Phillipsburg, The Town of Stoutland, The City of Richland, and the Village of Evergreen. All laws pertaining to county government come from actions of the state legislature.
The first permanent courthouse was constructed in 1851. In the 1870s, this building was sold for $50 and the records were moved to another building in Lebanon. Another courthouse was not built until 1894. This building was destroyed by fire in 1920.
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